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    The grand leap of the whale up the Fall of Niagara is esteemed, by all who have seen it, as one of the finest spectacles in nature.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: nature 
     
    Great good nature without prudence is a great misfortune.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: nature 
     
    Nature performs the cure, the physician takes the fee.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: nature 
     
    Snowy winter, a plentiful harvest.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: winter 
     
    Three things are men most likely to be cheated in, a horse, a wig, and a wife.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    A wolf eats sheep but now and then, ten Thousands are devour'd by Men.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    It is prodigious the quantity of good that may be done by one man if he will make a business of it.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  business 
     
    None but the well- bred man knows how to confess a fault, or acknowledge himself in an error.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    When men are employed they are best contented.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    A dying man can do nothing easy.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  dying 
     
    Observe all men, thyself most.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    And whether you're an honest man, or whether you're a thief, depends on whose solicitor has given me my brief.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    That man alone loves himself rightly who procures the greatest possible good to himself through the whole of his existence and so pursues pleasure as not to give for it more than it is worth.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  existence  alone  pleasure 
     
    In a discreet man's mouth, a public thing is private.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    Who judges best of a Man, his Enemies or himself?
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: enemies  men  enemy 
     
    Let all Men know thee, but no man know thee thoroughly: Men freely ford that see the shallows.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    If any man flatters me, I'll flatter him again; tho' he were my best Friend.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  friends 
     
    The same man cannot be both Friend and Flatterer.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  friends 
     
    One Man may be more cunning than another, but not more cunning than every body else.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  body 
     
    Why does the blind man's wife paint herself.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    Men differ daily about things which are subject to sense, is it likely then they should agree about things invisible.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    There is always room for the man of force.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    Is there anything men take more pains about than to render themselves unhappy?
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  pain 
     
    When you speak to a man, look on his eyes; when he speaks to you, look on his mouth.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    Pride is said to be the last vice the good man gets clear of.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    If a man would reap praise, you must sow the seeds, gentle words and useful deeds.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  praise 
     
    When men differ in opinion, both sides ought equally to have the advantage of being heard by the public; when Truth and Error have fair play, the former is always an overmatch for the latter.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: truth  men  opinion 
     
    There's many witty men whose brains can't fill their bellies.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  brain  witty 
     
    Man is a tool- making animal.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: animals  men 
     
    Poverty, Poetry, and new Titles of Honor, make Men ridiculous
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men  poverty  poetry 
     
    A man separated from his reflective belt is no man at all.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: men 
     
    An autobiography usually reveals nothing bad about its writer except his memory.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: memory  bad 
     
    Many complain of their memory, few of their judgment.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: memory 
     
    Idleness is the Dead Sea that swallows all virtues
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: virtue 
     
    He that lives well, is learned enough.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: live 
     
    For Age and Want save while you may; No morning Sun lasts a whole day.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    tags: age 
     
    Two passions have powerful influence on the affairs of men: the love of power and the love of money.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    Don't overload Gratitude; if you do, she'll kick.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    One mend- fault is worth two find-faults, but one find-fault is better than two make-faults.
    — Benjamin Franklin
    Setting too good an Example is a Kind of slander seldom forgiven.
    — Benjamin Franklin
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